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How can i communicate from my pc to the ups on the 9 pin serial connection

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Taken from the MGE UPS SYSTEMS, Network Management Card Installation manual (34003641EN/AD)


Run Hyper Terminal on a PC running Windows (9x, Me, NT4.0, 2000 or

higher).

Connect the card to the PC using the cable supplied.

Set up the terminal with the following communication parameters:

9600 bauds. 8 data bits.

1 stop bit. no parity.

no flow control.

ASCII: "echo typed characters locally" option disabled.

Press the Carriage return key. The configuration menu is displayed.

Enter the password (MGEUPS by default).

The main menu is displayed.

Select one of the items in the configuration menu.


Via the serial link or Telnet

Select the "Agent configuration" command by entering 1.

Select the item numbers and modify all the IP parameters (address, mask, gateway).

Once all the modifications have been made, exit following the instructions on the screen.


Restarting the card Via the serial link or Telnet

Select the "Restart agent" command by entering 6.

Then follow the instructions on the screen.


Restoring the default parameters Via Telnet or Hyper Terminal

Select the "Agent configuration" command by entering 1.

Select the "Reset configuration to default" command by entering 5.

Then follow the instructions on the screen

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